anonymous
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Which of the following statements gives evidence to support the conclusion that the Olmecs were a "mother culture" of the Mayas? a. The Olmecs were a war-like people. b. The Olmecs did not participate in human sacrifice. c. The Olmecs built cities to align with the constellations. d. The Olmecs were known for the construction of large stone heads.
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anonymous
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The answer would be C because that is the only choice that specifically is similar between both civilizations in a cultural way.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah its C
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thank you so much! @_GuessWho_ @http_yash

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anonymous
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no problem :) @e.v.
anonymous
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can you help me with another???
anonymous
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wlcome n i could probably help u
anonymous
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me too
anonymous
  • anonymous
What tool or weapon did the Ottoman Turks use to finally enter the city of Constantinople? Ladders Siege walls Catapults Battering rams
anonymous
  • anonymous
The Turks had a powerful train of siege artillery.For the first time, large calibre guns were used effectively to batter the walls of a major city more or less continuously throughout a siege. So I would say B.
anonymous
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@e.v.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would say B... but at first i kinda thought A but im pretty sure its B
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yea ladders could not have been used since they were wooden at the time and would have been easily burned by enemies. Whereas siege walls were made of stone.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah thats wat i was thinkin
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks for your help!
anonymous
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anytime :D
anonymous
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yup! ^^^
KingOfHou
  • KingOfHou
The correct answer is 'The Olmecs built cities to align with the constellations.'

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